top of page
"Tears are the Silent Language of Grief"

Feeling angry in the midst of grief is a tumultuous and intense emotion that can arise after the loss of a loved one, a pet, or the end of a relationship. It's a powerful and often unexpected response to the profound sense of loss and upheaval experienced during such times.

This anger can be directed at various targets—the circumstances surrounding the loss, oneself, others, or even at the departed. It emerges as a raw and visceral reaction, stemming from a feeling of injustice or helplessness in the face of the irretrievable change brought by loss.

It's a natural response to the upheaval caused by the absence, a way of grappling with the overwhelming emotions that accompany grief. This anger can manifest as frustration, bitterness, or resentment, and it's an integral part of the emotional landscape in the grieving process. Understanding and acknowledging this anger is essential in navigating through the complex emotions that grief brings forth.

Grief & Feeling Anger | Video One
Grief & Feeling Anger | Video Two
Grief & Feeling Anger | Video Three
Grief & Feeling Anger | Video Four
Grief & Feeling Anger | Video Five
bottom of page